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Music Worth Hearing – October 2016 Recap

Eclectic

(Continued)

Two skilled beatmakers from Chicago got together for an 8 track collabo on “Urban Waves Records”:

Another Chicago player, “Thelonious Martin” has a new instrumental album available called “Late night programming”. This really good beat is a couple of months old, but it appears on the project:

Sam O.B. and Photay collab’ under the name “Ensemble Entendu” on “Astro Nautico”:

French producer “Astronote” give us 3 new tracks available at “name your price”:

“Freddie Joachim” dropped a double LP titled “Trouvaille”, the real fan will recognize a couple of beats on this one. This is a track taken from the project:

French producer “Wax Taylor” has a new album out, with appearance from Ghostface, Lee Fields, Tricky and more:

New album from LA producer “Daedelus”, the first one on his own label “Magical Properties”:

Germany’s beat conductor “Klaus Layer” is back to deliver more boom bap goodies on “Redefinition Records”:

For the fan of the lo-fi sound of “Iman Omari”, lost files & flips:

Feel good and melodic beats from Baltimore’s “eu-IV”, on the “Flow Fi” label:

Sit back and relax on the sound of Brooklyn’s “Soft Glas”:

Kramos

Kramos

Since his parents bought him a used "Pyramid" mixer more than 20 years ago, Kramos has always been a fiend to discover new music in every format possible and put mixes together. His first love was hip hop, but his tastes are now more eclectic than ever. The monthly show "Fresh Taste" with his friend MC Tank Pumpin' is proof of that.